| Develop control plans (See Annex A) at the system, subsystem, component, and/or material level
Family control plans are acceptable for bulk material and similar parts
Pre-launch and production control plans must show linkage and incorporate information from the DFMEA, process flow diagram, and manufacturing PFMEA).
| Must pass down to Suppliers
all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements and
special product and process characteristics
And require the suppliers to cascade all applicable requirements down the supply chain to the point of manufacture.
| Determine the priority, type, extent, and timing of required supplier development actions for its active suppliers
Inputs include but are not limited to the following:
performance issues identified through supplier monitoring
second-party audit findings (see Section 184.108.40.206.1);
third-party quality management system certification status;
Implement actions necessary to resolve open (unsatisfactory) performance issues and pursue opportunities for continual improvement.
| Second-party audit process must be used in supplier management approach & can be used for:
supplier risk assessment;
supplier QMS development;
Based on a risk analysis, document the criteria for determining the need, type, frequency, and scope of second-party audits
Records of audits
If the scope is a QMS audit, then the automotive process approach is required
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